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Located in the historic Icehouse, Rodizio Grill is a popular authentic Brazilian steakhouse where you can experience food in a setup that resembles South American styled eatery. The place is often crowded, especially when the Colorado Rockies are in town, so make sure you call ahead for reservations. For an appetizer, enjoy the Polenta Sticks or Banana Fritters. The salad bar offers an array of healthy treats, while the main menu features a hearty selection of 12 grilled meats. If you're a feisty eater, then go for their 'Full Rodizio' which features unlimited appetizers, salads and juicy grilled meats! You can even host your private events here. Call ahead for more details.
The Capital Grille truly believes that variety is the spice of life. No wonder you'll find a huge array of steak and seafood on offer at his grill. The specialty of the house is the 24 ounce Porterhouse, which is cured and prepared in the restaurant. Other must-haves include the grille steak tartare, roasted wagyu beef, smoked Norwegian salmon, dry aged sirloin steak and sesame seared tuna. Select your favorite wine from an award-winning list with around 350 choices and a special 'Captain's List' which includes rare wines from around the world. And if that's not all, you can round off your feast with mouth-watering desserts such as coconut cream pie, white chocolate mousse and key lime pie. The restaurant has private dining facilities too, with various room that can accommodate from 12 to 42 guests for a private meal, reception or celebration.
Rioja, this eatery on Larimer Street has an intimate feel to it. Glass fixtures, a unique bar with a copper-topped surface, and the serene ambiance lend it a relaxing air. Appetizers include Steamed Manila Clams and Mint-Grilled Shrimp. Among the main courses you can opt for a Chilled Gazpacho Soup or a Roasted Beet Salad. The Muscovy Duck Two Ways and the Grilled Hanger Steak come highly recommended. You can also seat yourself outdoors on the charming little patio – a perfect way to dine on a balmy Denver night.
The cute little music note over a walnut makes for an impressive logo for this hip music club, The Walnut Room. There's every reason to relish the audio-visual treat that Walnut Room offers each night. And if the cheering gets you tired and you need some boosting, do try one of their signature pizzas or a modest sandwich. Their delicious quick bites and appetizers won't leave you dissatisfied. The club also plays host to private parties and social or corporate events.
Developed for those who love being fed and inspired by family recipes, this restaurant has been a favorite here in Denver. It's historic home setting makes dining indoors very appealing and the food remains excellent. A traditional serving of chips and homemade salsa start off each meal. The main course includes Mexican standards of enchiladas, tacos and rellenos. They even share some of the secrets with recipes for green chili guacamole are written inside the menu. Hearty food, steady beverage flow and happy servers made this a great choice when dining out with family or friends.
Truly a hidden gem in the city, Bastiens has been serving delicious fare since 1937! They have even bagged a couple of awards for their excellent service and mouth-watering food. Delicacies and mouth-watering dishes abound. Try their Pecan Crusted Salmon, New York Strip Steak and Bacon Wrapped Filet Mignon. Other must-try dishes include their Sugar Steak, Sugar Burger and Apple Pie. They are well-known for their desserts, so finish your meal with one of their signature desserts. And they have a share of red and white wines too. Check website for more.
This restaurant is one of the more popular places to go for sushi in Denver. Its menu also offers tempura, teriyaki, and a variety of traditional Japanese soups like Udon, but the sushi is the best bet. The atmosphere is often lively with patrons crowding just inside the door, friendly hostesses, waiters and waitresses buzzing around, and plenty of noise coming from the dining room. The Sushi Den is known for bringing out the local trendsetters and is the place to be seen. Lunchtime, however, is more relaxed and quiet.
A popular addition to the Denver food scene, Izakaya Den has found quite the fan following due to its unique blend of flavors and tastes. Inspired by cuisines around the world with a favoring to sushi, this contemporary restaurant brings to the table a variety of meals, best enjoyed when shared. The tapas form to the menu ensures that everyone finds something to their liking and when combined with their selection of sake, an evening here is simply perfected. For all those looking for a bit of healthy experimentation, try dinner at Izakaya's while in Denver.